Health & Wellness
Before feeding your dog almonds, it's smart to do a bit of research. These small bites aren't the best snack option for your pup.
Raisins can lead to severe health complications.
Dealing with dry skin on dogs isn’t always easy, but it’s important to take care of the issue before it leads to more irritation.
When a mosquito bites your pup, it’s usually not a big deal. However, some dogs can experience severe allergic reactions to these bites.
You’ll want to read this article before using your shampoo to bathe your pup.
Dogs don’t experience asthma the way humans or cats do. Here’s what may be behind your dog’s coughing.
Dogs are every bit as susceptible to pink eye as you are — here's what you need to know about treating the uncomfortable ailment.
Here are the ailments that require dogs to use eye drops.
The easy way to treat dandruff in dogs
Here’s why this popular human food — yes, bacon — may not be the best treat for your pup to eat.
If your pet gets hurt, they may suffer a brief bloody nose. But if your pet’s nose bleeds frequently, you may want to contact your vet.
When your dog’s eyes are red, swollen or have abnormal discharge, they need at-home care or a trip to the vet for prescription eye drops. From eye infections to pink eye in dogs, red eyes need your immediate care.
A heat wave is coming to the U.S. Here’s how you can ensure your pet stays cool and safe.
Dogs can eat corn in small amounts as long as you ditch the seasonings.
Runny noses are usually no cause for concern, but there are moments when they can signal a larger health issue.
Acral lick dermatitis usually signals a bigger problem. Learn more about this common dog skin condition here.
It’s common for dogs to eat grass, but is it actually safe? It turns out it depends on how much grass a dog ingests.
Your vet may want to run blood work for a variety of reasons — here’s what pet parents should know.
If your dog’s pupils seem to be different sizes, they may have anisocoria. Here’s everything you need to know about this condition.
Cauliflower is a great, nutrition-packed treat for dogs, but too much can leave their digestive systems upset.
Your cat’s breath may be signaling periodontal disease. Here’s how to know if your cat’s teeth and gums are healthy, and when to contact a vet.
If your dog or cat can’t urinate, it may be due to an obstruction, so you should contact your vet right away.
Pets can show their pain through body language or even whimpering for help. Here are some common signs that your dog or cat may be hurt.
Low blood sugar in dogs is actually quite common, but it’s important to know what may be normal and when you should see a vet for help.
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